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InBox Capsule Hotel

If you´re one of those adventure travelers that likes to travel light and requires only the bare essentials, the InBox Capsule Hotel is the perfect pitstop. Located in the heart of Saint-Petersburg, Russia, the unique hotel both minimises and maximises space with this typically Japanese concept. Designed by DA Architects, the minimal hotel invites 24 guests to stay in small wooden bunks, and unlike traditional hotels where rooms are larger but socially restricting, here, the atmosphere encourages mixing and mingling with local visitors and other travelers. You can choose to stay in a dorm capsule, a private single room or a private double room, also choose from a shared or private WC. Guests can also use a kitchen, lockers, library, and dining area.



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PLAYA VIVA TREEHOUSE

The Playa Viva resort in Mexico offers guests an unique opportunity to stay at a treehouse suite surrounded by lush palms, with a unobstructed ocean view, and a mile-long private beach. Raised 6 feet above the ground, the 700 square feet circular treehouse is outfitted with a king-size bed, private bathroom, open-air shower, ocean view and a small lounge area with in-floor hammock. There’s also a daybed so more people can share the experie...
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STANLEY TITANIUM SERIES

Stanley have introduced the world´s lightest Titanium drinkware series. Built for ultimate endurance with sophisticated style, the new series includes a 10-ounce Multi-Cup ($80), a 12-ounce Camp Mug ($90), and 14-ounce Travel Mug ($100), all made from Titanium, a material that is both incredibly lightweight and durable, as well as corrosion-resistant. All drinking vessels are engineered to be 40% lighter than their stainless steel counterparts, making this the worl...
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Out of the Woods

Wood is nature’s oldest and most adaptive material, and Humans have been using it to build their homes for thousands of years. Timber is fast emerging as a viable material of choice, a safe, sturdy, and sustainable alternative to concrete. A material that is both ancient and extremely versatile. Out of the Woods is a celebration of buildings and interiors built from wood, it documents through high res images and stories, the inspiring creations in historic Japanes...
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